Set amid the historical streets of York stands The Biltmore Bar and Grill. This chic, on-trend venue is an enticing locale to visit for a delicious meal with family and friends.
Head Chef Mark Hill brings international foodstuffs to the pass for the delight of hungry patrons. Mark delivers five-star quality street food that is mouth-wateringly good. Locally sourced meats and seasonal produce characterise Mark’s menu, with only the freshest ingredients used in each dish. The carefully designed menu oozes tempting treats, beginning with starters of baked crab and avocado; locally sourced curried mussels, and hoi sin pancakes. The choices for mains sit proudly on The Biltmore Bar and Grill’s generous menu; making it difficult for visitors to select just one dish amid so many tempting treats on show. Enjoy a juicy burger prepared jerk-style, or sink teeth into one of the kitchen’s succulent aged steaks. Offerings from the grill are many and varied, including a Thai seafood dish; vegi skillet pizza, and beef brisket chilli. Round off a delightful savoury course with a classic Eton mess, or indulge in a decadent lavender bread and butter dessert.
The precise presentation of each dish is matched by the sophisticated surroundings in which the food is delivered. The venue is creatively dressed, with a generous helping of originality adding to the aesthetic appeal of The Biltmore Bar and Grill. City chic is captured in all its glory with quality furnishings and decorative touches. Large pot plants are dotted all around to create a feeling of an English country garden in a city location. The mix of urban and rural adds a quirky edge to this charming restaurant. A modern mezzanine floor provides a great platform for observing the activity below while affording an open and airy feel to the large venue.
The Biltmore Bar and Grill in York is a delightful contradiction of street food served in a setting of distinction
Please note: the tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays or Celebration Days. These include, but are not limited to Valentine’s Day, Mothering Sunday, Father’s Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.